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Old 05-11-2003, 01:04 AM   #1
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On my 93 bonnie the chrome trom that runs all around the car on bumpers and on doors are beginning to crack and the chrome foil is fallig out. I was thinking about talking off all of the chrome but im not sure what it would look like...... Anyone have any solutions maybe of what to put there are what to do with the space. Any idea'*/brainstorms would be great.
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Help me Please I need some Ideas
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since its falling out, just take some JB Weld and i guarentee you that it wont come back off. i cant help you about the chrome falling off or cracking or whatever....but look around, you might be able to find a wrecked car that has it still intact. Or...go to a body shop im sure they have the trim.
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GM PART # 25613520
CATEGORY: All
PACK QTY: 1 CORE CHARGE: $0.00
GM LIST: $37.14
OUR PRICE: $21.91
DESCRIPTION: MOLDING-F

This is the piece for the front passenger door as an example. Should give you an idea of what the whole thing would cost. If you only have a couple sections falling apart, this might be the way to go. This is the 'bright' or fake chrome trim. There'* also black available, but different part number of course. Different part numbers for each door.

If you decide to go this way, give me the location of each piece you want to replace, and I'll get you numbers and prices.
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Alright I would like the prices for the front and rear bumper covers. Also I would like all four doors. And if the part is available the chrome pieces around the doors at the top and around the windshield. All in black if available. Thanks so much man and where are you getting the numbers ? from a gm part catalog? Thanks tho
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So you want to convert all the chrome to black? Upper and lower trim? Just checking to see if I got it right.

GM parts manual? Now way. I've got all these part numbers committed to memory. Jr does too.

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Yes you have me right I want to take all the chrome and convert it to black trim.. Do you know if its tough o take the trim around the windshield off and how to do it. But yeah thats what I am doing isnt that a good idea?
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Give me a little while on this one to make sure I have your shopping list right. I'm gonna run it by Jr before I post it for you just to make sure........
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Alrighty then thanks alot
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My 93SE did the same thing.It was dark green and I put a 3/4 in. purple pin stripe over mine.It looked damn good.You might try some blackout tape or a wide pin stripe on yours .Good cheap fix and looks custom to.Good Luck L8TR SO CLEAN ONE.
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